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: Breakfast

Presented by Chris Eakin and Sian Williams.

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Eakin
Presented By: Sian Williams.

: CBBC

Ends 11.15

Yvon of the Yukon
Doppelganger aliens join Yvon's army and bring his dreams of conquest one step closer.

9.25 Super Duper Sumos
The wrestlers go camping in the woods -where Bad Inc has retreated to its toxic waste plant.

9.45 Rugrats
The babies decide they want to be in a pop band and become famous, so Chuckie performs his sand dance.

10.00 S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin'
Bradley Mcintosh is the subject of this week's on-the-road report.
Shown yesterday in The Saturday Show

10.25 Even Stevens
As "scrub day" approaches, Louis fears what the older students might do to him. Another episode is on Wednesday at 4.35pm on BBC1

10.50 Baker In the Oven
In support of the campaign to save endangered rhinos, Nick Baker takes on the challenge of a lifetime-to cross 150 miles of the Sahara desert in the Marathon des Sables, the toughest foot race in the world.

Contributors

Contributor ("S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin'"): Bradley McIntosh
Presenter ("Baker In the Oven"): Nick Baker

: Due South

Crime-fighting comedy adventure. Burning Down tie House. Reiser's life is in turmoil.

: On the Record

John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Editor: David Jordan

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by John Inverdale , with Sue Barker and Clare Balding in Paris.
1.10 Rugby Union
Sale v Gloucester
Live coverage (kickoff 1.45) from Heywood Road of this Premiership play-off semi-final, with the winner guaranteed a place in next season's European Cup competition. All eyes will be on Sale's Jason Robinson , Premiership Player of the Year, whose exhilarating England performances have highlighted the electrifying pace and power which allows him to score from anywhere on the pitch.
3.45,4.45 Tennis Coverage of the French Open, the year's second Grand Slam event, from the glamorous Roland Garros stadium in Paris. For the past two years, Brazilian
Gustavo Kuerten has been the king of the Parisian red clay, becoming the first man to retain his title since Spain's Sergi Bruguera in 1994. Last year he beat Alex Corretja , also of Spain, in four sets to win his third French title and take his place among the legends of this great tournament.
4.00 Racing The French Derby, one of the most prestigious races in Europe, from Longchamp in Paris. This year the horse to beat will be Act One, which recently enhanced a reputation as France's best three-year-old colt by taking his unbeaten record to five out of five.
Producer (tennis) Paul Davies ; Editor
(rugby) Carl Hicks

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale
Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Jason Robinson
Unknown: Roland Garros
Unknown: Gustavo Kuerten
Unknown: Sergi Bruguera
Unknown: Alex Corretja
Unknown: Paul Davies
Unknown: Carl Hicks

: Steptoe and Son

A 1972 episode of the classic comedy about a father-and-son rag-and-bone business, written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson and starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. A Star is Born. Harold joins an amateur dramatics society. Producer John Howard Davies

Contributors

Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Unknown: Wilfrid Brambell
Unknown: Harry H Corbett.
Producer: John Howard Davies

: Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em

The first ever episode, from 1973, of the slapstick comedy. The Job Interview. Frank applies for a job as a salesman.
Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills

Contributors

Written By: Raymond Allen
Producer: Michael Mills
Frank Spencer: Michael Crawford
Betty: Michele Dotrice
Conway: Joe Dunlop
Lewis: George Baker
Linda: Linda Hayden
Mrs Fisher: Jane Hytton
Rigby: John Ringham
Jackson: James Wardroper

: Minister of Rage

Minister Louis Farrakhan , controversial leader of the Nation of Islam, has been denounced by some as the "minister of rage" and the "black Hitler". Accused of anti-semitism, he has been banned from Britain since 1986. In this
Correspondent investigation, Gary Young examines what Farrakhan means to African-Americans, and asks why a leader of Black America is officially unwelcome in this country. Is the problem the messenger or the message?
Director/Producer Geoff Small

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Farrakhan
Unknown: Gary Young

: Ray Mears's Extreme Survival

The severe climate of the Mongolian Steppes causes nomads to move their livestock up to 15 times a year, timed to coincide with seasonal pasture growth. Ray Mears joins them.
Director Andrew Graham-Brown : Producer Annette Martin

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Mears
Director: Andrew Graham-Brown
Producer: Annette Martin

: Three Lions

1990-2002. The concluding part of this updated history of the England football team charts the rise of Paul Gascoigne and the tears of Italia 90, Gary Lineker 's falling out with Graham Taylor , and France 98. The rise and fall of Glenn Hoddle is featured, as is the Euro 2000 debacle. Then the tide turns with David Beckham 's captaincy,
Sven-Goran Eriksson 's appointment as coach and dramatic, last-gasp qualification for the current World Cup finals.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Gascoigne
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Graham Taylor
Unknown: Glenn Hoddle
Unknown: David Beckham
Unknown: Sven-Goran Eriksson

: 24

12 noon-lpm. Although Jack is finatly reunited with his family, he has to leave them again in an attempt to liberate them from Gaines's heavily-guarded compound. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice.
For cast see Saturday Rptd Friday 12.30am on BBC Choice

: The Emmas 2002

Coverage from London's Grosvenor House hotel of the fifth annual Ethnic Multi-Cultural Media Awards. This year's awards are dedicated to the memory of their patron, Donald Woods. The nominees in the film categories include Halle Berry and Denzel Washington. Beverley Knight and Craig David feature in the music section, while, from the world of TV, The Kumars at No 42 and Babyfather, have been nominated. With Sanjeev Bhaskar and Angela Griffin.

Contributors

Music by: Tony Royden
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Peter Estall

: Cry, the Beloved Country ****

Drama. The lives of two neighbours in rural South Africa, one a rich white landowner and the other a black preacher, become entwined when they visit Johannesburg and uncover tragic truths about their families. Review page 55.
Director Darrell James Roodt (1995) Barry Norman on Richard Harris : page 56

Contributors

Director: Darrell James Roodt
Director: Barry Norman
Unknown: Richard Harris
Rev Stephen Kumalo: James Ead Jones
James Jarvis: Richard Harris
John Kumalo: Charles S Dutton
Father Msimangu: Vusi Kunene
Katie: Leleti Khumalo
Gertrude Kumalo: Dambisa Kente
Absolom Kumalo: Eric Miyeni
Mrs Kumalo: Dolly Rathebe

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision RE
Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (parts 1-2) Working In Travel and Tourism 5.00 Customer Care for All Open University 6.00 What's Right for Children? 72785 6.30 Citizens of the World -a visit to HMS Victory








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